Western Wallflower Photo Gallery
Medicinal uses for Western Wallflower
In Zuni ethnobotany, the Erysimum capitatum or Western Wallflower was used externally for muscle aches and eaten as an emetic for stomachaches.
Western Wallflower Habitat
Erysimum capitatum or Western Wallflower thrives in plains, foothills and high elevation coniferous forests habitats. It requires full sun and well drained dry soil.
Western Wallflower Facts
Erysimum capitatum or Western Wallflower is a tremendously variable species. Most often it is a clumped plant with dense clusters of flowers ranging from orange, yellow, orange-brown or purplish-maroon on top of each minimally branched stem.